You ever play Russian roulette? Time to spin the chamber, Boris.
Vahe Gregorian of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch was in New York for the draft and chronicled Blaine Gabbert's draft day. If the Jaguars take it slow, writes Bernie Miklasz of the Post-Dispatch, the pick could pay off, too.
Could Kansas State long-snapper Corey Adams get a call from an NFL team this weekend? Bill Snyder thinks he should, reports Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle.
Tom Kensler of the Denver Post had some good stuff while waiting with Colorado lineman Nate Solder to be drafted. He gave a ringing endorsement of Texas A&M LB Von Miller, and didn't like it too much when Missouri DE Aldon Smith's highlights included him beating Solder.
Texas Tech officials aren't commenting on Tommy Tuberville's comments about President Obama earlier this week. (Personal note: this is so, so far on the side of non-story. Unfortunate timing -- Obama releasing his birth certificate the following day -- is the only reason anyone cares about this. But the two things had just about nothing to do with each other.) Also, if you care about a college sports coach's political leanings, well, I just don't know what to tell you.
Oklahoma landed the fifth commitment of its 2011 class on Thursday.
Missouri was one of the draft's big winners, writes Paul Myerberg at Pre-Snap Read.
Here's Mel Kiper's mock draft for the second round later today.
Baylor's site has an all-access look with Danny Watkins and Phil Taylor, last night's first-round picks from Baylor.
What does the first round mean for a handful of former Jayhawks? More than you might think. Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World has a look.